said by N TESLA :
That's called business: I sell you something, with a right to use (on my network), and then I ask you not to use it too much, because you are crowding my resources... It's well known that operators love users who don't use their phone (in the 90s) or use it as a camera, a music player, etc. (in the 00s)...
No one is denying that' s not business. Business is business, but it doesn't mean consumers don't have the right to be annoyed. Price your model accordingly from the beginning. How come Verizon, Sprint and T-Mobile is not have this issue?